the double shutter speed rule ruins your video

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Entropy512 Veteran Member • Posts: 5,304
Re: the double shutter speed rule ruins your video
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Svetlov Misha wrote:

film camera has fully exposed frame containing all the picture from the current moment with any shutter speed.

That is not true.

If it were true, then film cameras wouldn't routinely have flash sync speed limitations in the 1/160 to 1/250 range - but they do.

Yes, their "rolling"/traveling-slit shutter moves MUCH faster, but it still exists.  You can see this, for example, when shooting a Philips Hue bulb at high mechanical shutter speeds - the 600Hz PWM frequency of RGB Hue units (at least older ones from a few years ago, newer ones might PWM faster???)  means that even fairly fast shutters can still exhibit noticeable banding.

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